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Praying for Your Prodigal

The heart of the problem is the problem of the heart.

Text: Ephesians 1:18
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Open My Eyes, Lord

God invites us to seek his face. He wants us to know him better. It’s not as if our Heavenly Father is hiding himself from us. But we can only have a close relationship with him if we will seek it in prayer.

Text: Ephesians 1:15-23
Sermon Series: Soul Food: Ephesians for the 21st-Century
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Praying for Your Prodigal

I received an email with a heartrending question: I have a daughter that I don’t believe is saved. I pray […]

Text: Ephesians 1:18
Sermon Series: Adventures in Prayer
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Open My Eyes, Lord

I wonder if we would be happy if our prayers were published so that others could read them. That’s a […]

Text: Ephesians 1:15-23
Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
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Why Are We Here? The First Question of the Catechism

As this is the first Sunday of a new year, it is an appropriate moment to begin a new sermon […]

Text: Jeremiah 24:7; John 17:3; Ephesians 1:17; 2 Thessalonians 1:8
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God
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Redemption: Free At Last!

Of all the names that the Bible gives and of all the names that believers give to Jesus Christ, none is more precious than the name Redeemer. There are other names we use more often, such as Lord and Savior, and rightly so because those too are Bible terms, but no word touches the heart like the word redeemer. When we say Redeemer, we remember what it cost him to save us. Redeemer is the name of Christ on the cross. We remember not only that he gave us salvation, but that he paid a mighty price for it.

Text: Various
Sermon Series: Key Words of the Christian Life